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      Latest reply on Sep 24, 2017 8:11 AM by patrickkidd
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        Hi,

         

        I have 2 iOS apps with which I tested iCloud Drive.

        With the frst one I didn't had any trouble.

        I'm able to use the iCloud Drive and files that I store in the ubiquituos container are transferred to the cloud

        and I can see the Apps folder and contents in Finder on my iMac.

         

        Now the strange thing is that with the 2nd app I get problems although I have setup everything exactly the same.

        The only difference that I can see is that during the initial run of App2 with iCloud entitlements enabled I had forgotten

        to add the

         

          <key>NSUbiquitousContainers</key>
          <dict>
               <key>iCloud.com.xxx.app2</key>
               <dict>
                    <key>NSUbiquitousContainerIsDocumentScopePublic</key>
                    <true/>   
                    <key>NSUbiquitousContainerName</key>
                    <string>App2</string>
                    <key>NSUbiquitousContainerSupportedFolderLevels</key>
                    <string>Any</string>
                   </dict>
          </dict>
        
        

         

        in the info-plist file.

         

        I get the feeling that this screwed app the iCloud for this app and even if I now set this up correctly it refuses to work.

         

        Any one experiencing a similar issue?

        Or is there any way to reset the iCloud for an app completely and start over again?

         

        One more thing: when using brctl I can see that items are sent/retrieved from the iCloud and they are stored in the

        iCloud Drive folder on my Mac. But they are not visible in Finder.